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Useful Informal NEW ZEALAND STAM Affidavit or Declaratioa Agreements, where the valm £xo or upwards. Ditto ' deed, tos. counterp Anrual License, Joint Stock jpany, on every £ipo ol naj capital ... Appointments, of power ov perty Bill of Exchange, on demand Ditto, ditto, inland, not on d for every £s° or P art the Bill o» lading, or receipt, or Certificate of Incorporation ' Cheque or dra t for any sum Conveyance for every £S°> thereof , Deed of Settlement, for ever] or part thereof Deeds not otherwise charged Lease, without premium, fo £so, or part thereof rent Ditto, with premium, with o out rent, or with prem annual rent of or fame rate as Conveyanc the premium and rent : teipart of Lease Policy of Insurance, Mari cveiy £u>o or part 0f... . ••• Ditto, not exceeding six moi every r,ioo, is. ; 12 mor Power of Attorney ... Promissory Notes on demand Ditto, other than to Bearer, mand, not exceeding Lnot exceeding £s°> Is » every additional £ part Receipt for ,{,2, or upwards Transfer of Shares, where j money does not exceed £ya, zs6d; £IOO, s s ! every £s° thereof ... Transfer of station or Run, as a mortgage) for every value MOONLIGHT EVE The Moon at 3 days old sh o'clock. The Moon at 6 days old half-p ast 10 o’clock. The Moon at 8 days old sh o’clock in the morning. The Moon at 12 days old down till about 4 in the morn The Moon at 15 days old is all night. | The Moon at 18 days old r and shines till morning. I The Moon at 31 days old ri; and shines till morning. The Moon at 24 days old n and shines till morning. The Moon at 2/ days old n: and shines till sunrise. THE HOUSEWIFE’S Hu. fallowing is a very vali le bv * hich P etsoßS ni weights a* hand may rea. üble of weighing extraordinary dryn ° r .® £ le weighed or measure.* 1 » Wheat flour, I pound is I S’ Indian meal, I pound 2 ounc Butter, when soft, 1 pound is Loaf sugar, broken, I pounc White sugar, powdered, 1 ate 1 quart. Ten eggs are t pound. Flour, 4 pecks are I bushel. Sixteen large tablespoonsful Eight large teaspoonslul are Four large teaspoonsful arc , Two gills are % pint. Two pints ate 1 quart. Four quarts are I gallon. A common sized tumbler ho A commen sized wine glass A tea-cup is I gill. A large wine-glass is I gill. Forty drops are equal to I t Four teaspoonfuls are equal REGISTRATION OF HI RIAGES, AND D Births. —Parents and all o sent at a birth, are liable un Registration under penalty of occupier of house in which place is liable. Births are r ... civtu.twr, <lavs. dav of birt

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 39, 25 December 1879

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 39, 25 December 1879

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